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Switch system update 2.1.0 is out
switch modrobert writes: "Switch firmware v2.1.0 has been released by Nintendo. Officially this update brings 'General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience' according to the change history, unofficially this update plugs the PegaSwitch browser exploit by the looks of it. No surprises there, it's the industry bullshit boilerplate statement for security related patches. For once, instead of spreading lies to the customers, would the truth really be so bad?"

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Posted on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 @ 09:06:12 GMT (86 reads)
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Switch hacking on a roll...
switch modrobert writes: "The Switch hacking scene has really taken off to a degree it's hard to keep up with, lots of stuff going on. I want to thank GaryOPA for sharing news from in the Switch forum here at EurAsia. I also want to take this moment to push for the wiki which is promising regarding hardware and development info in general, and an important part in the overall progress towards homebrew on Switch. You can find the related chat on EFnet IRC channel #switchdev. I've just updated our famous Hacko-O-Meter a notch (down on the right column of this page), keep going. ;) "
Posted on Monday, March 13, 2017 @ 07:11:58 GMT (1063 reads)
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online shop We now have the Mars Pro GM-816HD modchip in stock for PS2 at USD $12. Also a reminder to get the EurAsia File Collection 2002 - 2017 limited edition on sale featuring 11211 console hacking related files at 92GB total, straight from the download section of this website, read this news post for details. For more products and shipping check our complete price list.
Posted on Thursday, March 09, 2017 @ 08:58:46 GMT (728 reads)
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Nintendo Switch Launch Day
switch modrobert writes: "That awkward time when media hype and bloated expectations meets reality is upon us as Nintendo Switch launches world wide. Plenty of mainstream headlines out there to choose from, ranging between positive to negative, and some with a bit of both. Also, it wouldn't be a proper launch without customers lining up outside the brick and mortar stores. Personally I'm more interested in what the hacking community can do for Nintendo Switch (as mentioned in previous story), and after checking Twitter today it seems the usual ninty suspects either got the Switch already or just ordered one. Let the hacking begin! ;D

Nintendo Switch Launch

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Posted on Friday, March 03, 2017 @ 07:50:15 GMT (984 reads)
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sMAN - webMAN and sLaunch in one plugin
ps3 modrobert writes: "Dean (aka deank) of multiMAN fame has started development of a new tool for PS3 with CFW called sMAN which is webMAN and sLaunch in one plugin.


* Use only one plugin slot
* Use about 128KB less vsh memory (about 384KB total vsh memory)
* Support for over 1000 games
* FTP/WEB/NTFS/NETISO support by the sMAN's back-end (webMAN)
* Simple use in any cobra compatible CFW by adding sman.sprx to boot_plugins.txt without modifying other files
* The front-end (menu) is not using resources when not active (opposed to slaunch.sprx)
* Supports switching groups/content-type (ALL/PS1/PS2/PS3/PSP/VIDEO) - press the [SQUARE] button.
* Supports PS1

sMAN is still in heavy development, check this forum thread over at for the latest updates."
Posted on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 @ 17:36:41 GMT (1266 reads)
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psvimgtools: Decrypt Vita Backups
psvita [source:] The Vitaís Content Manager allows you to backup and restore games, saves, and system settings. These backups are encrypted (but not signed!) using a key derived in the F00D processor. While researching into F00D, xyz and Proxima stumbled upon a neat trick that lets you obtain this secret key and that has inspired me to write a set of tools to manipulate CMA backups. The upshot is that with these tools, you can modify backups for any Vita system including 3.63 and likely all future firmware. This does not mean you can run homebrew, but does enable certain tricks like disabling the PSTV whitelist or swapping X/O buttons.

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Posted on Monday, February 20, 2017 @ 07:38:45 GMT (1345 reads)
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The mysterious Xbox Tray Boot source code
xbox modrobert writes: "An anonymous contributor has uploaded a file called tray_boot.rar to the EurAsia FTP server which includes assembler source code for the original Xbox dating back to 2005. The directories are named 'dualboot2' and 'triboot'. There are also Windows tools (nasm.exe, xbedump.exe and related .bat files) included to build the source to xbe format. If you know more about this then please reply with a comment."

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Posted on Sunday, February 19, 2017 @ 09:20:26 GMT (2139 reads)
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Gateway 3DS 11.3 Emunand
3ds [source:] Just a quick update about the new Nintendo 11.3 firmware support on Emunand. As indicated before, we are working really hard to release as soon as possible our new major update that will once again revolutionize the (N)3DS scene. As it is now getting very close, we might have to delay the Emunand latest Nintendo firmware support by a couple of weeks max. We will keep you posted very soon, and be sure that as always, we will offer full support for all Gateway user,even for day one buyers from 4 years ago! For now, please do not update your Emunand until you can read the confirmation of support for 11.3 here. Thank you for your patience, more to come very soon!

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Posted on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 @ 07:12:36 GMT (1446 reads)
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Sky3DS Plus firmware V130 released
3ds modrobert writes: "Team Sky3DS has released Sky3DS+ firmware V130 with AP check fixed for Pokemon Sun and Moon, also added exFAT support for games (firmware.bin dumps still needs to be loaded from FAT32) on MicroSD card. There is a video of the firmware in action posted on YouTube. You can find Sky3DS+ available in the Online Shop (shameless plug, I know)."

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Posted on Monday, February 13, 2017 @ 10:09:04 GMT (1546 reads)
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WIP: Mocha CFW native USB hard drive support
wii u modrobert writes: "Dimok has started implementing native USB hard drive (FAT32) support in Mocha CFW for WiiU. This is work in progress and currently suffers from slow load times and similar limitations as Loadiine, but if you want to try it out Rolight over at has posted a little guide to help out. For now the USB support is mainly intended for developers and those willing to test new functionality.

Mocha CFW

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Posted on Sunday, February 12, 2017 @ 06:44:41 GMT (1880 reads)
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NES Classic Edition news roundup...
hacks modrobert writes: "Just a quick update on the NES Classic (Mini), lots of improvements and updates lately I've missed to report on. As you probably know madmonkey first released the method; FEL mode button activation by holding RESET while pushing POWER once quickly and releasing RESET a few seconds later, and the hakchi software needed to initially hack the NES Classic via USB and to add game ROMs to the original set. Then came Cluster with a great Windows tool called hakchi2 which adds a lot of wanted functionality. Now madmonkey strikes again with a port of retroarch multi-system emulator for NES Classic which can be installed using hackchi2, this is explained in detail by pcm720 over at Thanks goes to GaryOPA for the heads up, you can read his take on the retroarch news over at

NES Classic Edition

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Posted on Saturday, February 11, 2017 @ 15:34:40 GMT (1653 reads)
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3DS firmware v11.3.0-36 released
3ds modrobert writes: "Nintendo just released firmware 11.3.0-36 for 3DS. As usual it blocks some known hacks so wait before upgrading. Related tweets from Smea: '3DS update 11.3 is finally out! based on look at titles i think hax will still work fine after i update it, but wait before updating. wow 11.3 actually adds a new arm11 syscall, crazy. don't think nintendo's ever done that, only stubbed old ones out? looks like hax payload fix for 11.3 will be more involved than usual, so i RECOMMEND homebrew users NOT UPDATE until we can tell what's up. so for what it's worth it looks like nintendo might be targetting the homebrew launcher itself in 11.3 and trying to block it out entirely. i'll run tests tomorrow after work and see what i can come up with. i guess worst case we can just drop a kernel exploit.' Here's a tweet from nedwill: 'Fasthax is dead, long live soundhax!' hinting that SoundHax still works OK. At this point it is mostly speculation until we know more. However, I did get a confirmation from Sky3DS that their flashcard works fine with firmware 11.3.0-36. No news from Gateway 3DS yet."

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Posted on Tuesday, February 07, 2017 @ 07:32:45 GMT (1682 reads)
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Sega Saturn Switchless Mod
saturn modrobert writes: "I've added the ultimate Sega Saturn Switchless Mod by seb to the download section. This makes it possible to switch between 50/60Hz (vertical retrace rate) and to set the console to a region (EUR/US/JP) using the native reset button. Also started a forum topic for Sega switchless mods in general covering Saturn, Mega Drive / Genesis and Master System consoles."
Posted on Saturday, February 04, 2017 @ 07:12:14 GMT (1444 reads)
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PS Vita RSA modulus and exponent keys released
psvita modrobert writes: "The PS Vita RSA modulus and exponent keys have been posted in the HENkaku wiki (mirror) by St4rk. I don't know what these keys are good for, if you do, let me know in the comments. Thanks goes to Joonie for the heads up."
Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2017 @ 03:42:10 GMT (1415 reads)
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PS Vita: first F00D hack
psvita [source:] The Vita hacking scene started boiling earlier today as the news spread that developer xyz, a member of team molecule, has released what is named the first public F00D hack for the PS Vita.

What is F00D?

F00D is considered to be the "level 0" of the PS Vita security chain. Security checks on FOOD happen before other systems are even accessed. It is believed that exploiting F00D could lead to a permanent hack, that possibly couldnít be patched without a hardware upgrade of the PS Vita.

YifanLu, one of the hackers behind the HENkaku Vita hack, has stated recently that he would focus his reverse engineering efforts on F00D moving forward. This was followed by lots of progress from various hackers in January, including a deeper understanding of the F00D protocol.

What was just released by team Molecule?

Iím seeing lots of speculation on the source code that was released by xyz a few hours ago. As Iím still waiting for a comment by xyz himself, Iíll have to speculate a bit on my own, and will be sure to update this article once the members of Team molecule publicly bash my complete ignorance :)

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Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2017 @ 03:10:39 GMT (979 reads)
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PS4 PUP Decrypt and Unpack
ps4 modrobert writes: "idc has officially released the C source code for tools to decrypt and unpack PUP files on PS4. These are native tools which uses the PS4 kernel to decrypt the contents of an update file. Thanks goes to GaryOPA for the heads up, you can read his story over at"

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Posted on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 @ 05:37:12 GMT (1963 reads)
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PS3 CFW Cobra patch to play burned discs!
ps3 modrobert writes: "Dean (aka deank) of multiMAN fame over at has been testing a patched stage2.bin he developed for Cobra 7.5 CFW which allows you to play unencrypted ISO images burned on disc in your PS3. Dean already checked that original disc still works with the patch and the supported formats for burned discs are: PS3 Game (DVD-R SL/DL), PS2 Game (DVD-R), PS2 Game (CD-R), PS1 Game (CD-R), AVCHD Disc (DVD-R SL/DL), DVD-Video (DVD-R), Data Disc (DVD-R), Data Disc (CD-R). Why is this great? Quote Dean: 'BD-R/RE discs are now much cheaper than 7 years ago, so this feature could be really useful for people who want to backup their collection on optical media and play it at any time without fiddling with usb drives, network streams or ftp. :) Also it achieves 100% compatibility of all games released to date.' Thanks goes to hitman43 for the heads up."

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Posted on Sunday, January 29, 2017 @ 19:43:25 GMT (2252 reads)
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EurAsia File Collection 2002 - 2017
online shop We now have the EurAsia File Collection limited edition on sale from the years between 2002 - 2017 featuring 11211 console hacking related files at 92GB total, straight from the download section of this website. The files are shipped on a high quality Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSDXC UHS-I class 10 card with SD card size adapter. This includes chronological description files (Title, Date, Filename, Size, Description, Version, Author) of the whole file collection in PDF, XLS, ODS, and text format. All files are integrity tested before shipping and hash (checksum) files in SHA256, MD5, CRC32 (SFV) format are provided for verification purposes. A truly unique collection released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Public License. Read on for more info...

EurAsia File Collection 2002 - 2017

Posted on Friday, January 27, 2017 @ 19:31:23 GMT (1329 reads)
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Announcing Wii U USBHelper
wii u [source: GaryOPA @] Nintendo is not going to be very happy about this one, with all the info now out regarding the Wii U console, which first all started with the Brazilian modders figuring out how easy it was to change the 'ticket' system on the Wii U from DISC based to eShop BASED, and then more info leaked out regarding keys, and we started to see CFW installs and more, and then some simple command line tools to mod the 'tickets' to allow games to be installed onto your USB drive with backups ripped from your own Wii U disc drive, but now its even easier to become a full-fledged game pirate on your Nintendo Wii U, thanks to the recent release of the Wii U USB Helper for Windows and soon to be out also for Android devices, you can now thanks to kindness of Nintendo's servers grab all your Wii U games digitally direct from them onto your external USB HDD, and then just plug&play onto your Wii U for tons of FREE entertainment!

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Posted on Thursday, January 26, 2017 @ 06:32:46 GMT (1970 reads)
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Reach EurAsia through Tor Hidden Services
site info modrobert writes: "I have installed Tor hidden services and adapted the website PHP code so any user can reach EurAsia via this Onion URL:


Save the link somewhere safe as it also serves as a public key which is unique to identify EurAsia. You need either the Tor Browser or Tor (standalone) installed to access our onion URL linked above. You can download the needed tools and find more information at the official Tor Project website.

What the hidden service provide is decent anonymity through forward secrecy using relays over the Tor network and an additional layer providing a tunnel via TLS encryption point-to-point between the user and our web server. The last part is similar to HTTPS but doesn't rely on a broken system with compromised cert authorities where it is possible to spoof protected websites.
The Tor Project


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Posted on Sunday, January 22, 2017 @ 22:13:11 GMT (1035 reads)
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PS Vita PFS keys released
psvita modrobert writes: "The PS Vita PFS keys have been posted in the HENkaku wiki (mirror) by St4rk. So what are the PFS keys? Quote Yifan Lu: 'The second layer of encryption is PFS. All game data (images, textures, executables, etc) are encrypted with PFS. PFS key is derived from a passphrase chosen by the developer. This layer is decrypted when a game is mounted.' Thanks goes to Joonie for the heads up."
Posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017 @ 04:46:25 GMT (1602 reads)
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PS2SDK: Homebrew replacements for RMMAN
ps2 [source: SP193 @] Homebrew replacements for RMMAN (and related modules) are now available in the PS2SDK. As the title says, the PS2SDK has received updates from me, which include a new copy of the RMMAN module from ROM v2.20. There were probably only two versions of RMMAN, with the latter one having minor bug fixes/differences that don't matter from the user's perspective:

* Does not clear the connected status, if a unrecognized response is returned within FindRemote().
* The in_buf and out_buf fields of the SIO2 data structure are set to NULL within InitFindRmCmd().

As with any RMMAN module, this homebrew version also requires a new SIO2MAN module. The freesio2 module from the PS2SDK was based on rom0:XSIO2MAN, which is only just newer than rom0:SIO2MAN. There also exists rom1:SIO2MAN, which is even newer than rom0:XSIO2MAN (and hence freesio2), which is used with RMMAN by the DVD player. Therefore, I have also created a variation of freesio2, known as rsio2man (where 'r' stands for Remote). This is just like freesio2, but has a slightly different export table (2 additional functions exported, different ordinal numbers and newer version).

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Posted on Thursday, January 19, 2017 @ 04:14:41 GMT (999 reads)
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Warming up for Nintendo Switch...
switch modrobert writes: "As you probably know by now the Nintendo Switch has been announced for release in early March 2017. I have added a new tech forum and a dummy wiki page as usual when a console launch is imminent. There are plenty of websites out there posting general news about the Switch, and opinions can be found everywhere, but here at EurAsia we have a one-track mind: Let the hacking begin! ;D "
Posted on Monday, January 16, 2017 @ 07:42:37 GMT (1345 reads)
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Official REBUG 4.81.2 Cobra 7.5 released
ps3 modrobert writes: "The REBUG Team (Evilsperm, Cyberskunk, Habib, Joonie and Abkarino) has released REBUG 4.81.2 Cobra 7.5 custom firmware for PS3 consoles along with Toolbox 2.02.12. Please consider donating for their hard work, check the official site for more info (donation link on the left). This custom firmware is based on the original firmware 4.81 release. You can find the related downloads here as usual. Thanks goes to Joonie for the heads up. Read on for official changelog...


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Posted on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 @ 03:27:33 GMT (1302 reads)
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Hackers Unlock NES Classic...
hacks modrobert writes: "I just got word from GaryOPA over at that the NES classic is hacked, even game ROMs can be added to the existing kachikachi emulator collection. The method used is in the forum post here. I guess someone finally figured out how to use Plutoo's descrambler released in November 2016 and how to flash the decrypted content back to the NAND. Progress!"
Posted on Sunday, January 08, 2017 @ 10:10:03 GMT (1591 reads)
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The Ultimate Game Boy Talk
gba modrobert writes: "In the 'better late than never' department: Michael Steil (Mist) had an interesting talk over at 33C3 about the original Game Boy, also covering a bit of the differences compared to the later Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance models. Lots of great in-depth technical information squeezed into one hour. Quote: 'The 8-bit Game Boy was sold between 1989 and 2003, but its architecture more closely resembles machines from the early 1980s, like the Commodore 64 or the NES. This talk attempts to communicate 'everything about the Game Boy' to the listener, including its internals and quirks, as well as the tricks that have been used by games and modern demos, reviving once more the spirit of times when programmers counted clock cycles and hardware limitations were seen as a challenge.'"
Posted on Tuesday, January 03, 2017 @ 08:48:10 GMT (1312 reads)
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Official DECR REBUG 4.81.1 Cobra 7.31 released
ps3 modrobert writes: "The REBUG Team (Evilsperm, Cyberskunk, Habib, Joonie and Abkarino) has released REBUG 4.81.1 DECR LE Cobra 7.31 custom firmware along with Toolbox 2.02.10 DECR ED for PS3 development models DECR-1000A and DECR-1400A. You can find more info about these development consoles over at Please consider donating for their hard work, check the official site for more info (donation link on the left). This custom firmware is based on the original firmware 4.81 release. You can find the related downloads here as usual. Thanks goes to Joonie for the heads up. Read on for features...


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Posted on Tuesday, January 03, 2017 @ 07:08:12 GMT (1133 reads)
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Happy New Year 2017!
general modrobert writes: "I wish you all a Happy New Year! Cheers to good deeds and a new beginning. If 2016 was a strange year, then get ready for 2017, it's all primed now. Perhaps more important than ever before, stay vigilant and question everything."
Posted on Sunday, January 01, 2017 @ 05:56:15 GMT (1114 reads)
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Console hacking @ 33C3
community modrobert writes: "I watched the console related live talks at 33C3 (33rd Chaos Communication Congress). First off was the Nintendo Hacking 2016 talk presented by derrek, nedwill and naehrwert. Lots of interesting stuff about exploiting the WiiU and 3DS, methods used, ideas, etc. Then it was time for the Console Hacking 2016 by Marcan which focused on the hard work of getting Linux up and running on PS4, also debating if it can be regarded as a 'PC' or not. As expected, yet still a bit disappointing, no actual exploits used in either of the talks have been released so far even if the general methods to hack the consoles were explained to some degree."
Posted on Wednesday, December 28, 2016 @ 07:27:28 GMT (1599 reads)
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Merry Christmas 2016!
general modrobert writes: "Season greetings from the jolly bearded guy (with black eyepatch)! I hope you get a Merry Christmas. In honor of an old tradition here at EurAsia, link/post your Christmas related images in this forum topic. What could possibly go wrong? ;) "
Posted on Saturday, December 24, 2016 @ 08:02:30 GMT (1423 reads)
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